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Description: Sinclair station located on STH 21, 22 & 73 in Wautoma, Wisconsin.
Description: Players on the Wisconsin bench during the Wisconsin-Northwestern homecoming football game.
Description: Front cover of a pamphlet advertising the Leonard four-wheel drive farm tractor. The text is accented with a border and art-deco elements.
Date: 1924 ca.
Description: Unexecuted design by Frank Lloyd Wright of Nakoma Country Club, for which the architect received a fee of $5,000.
Date: 1916 ca.
Description: A poster or signboard titled "The Right Spirit" depicting five examples of International Harvester employees engaging in recreational and voluntary activit...
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: Local band informally gathered for a performance in a rural setting.
Description: Mrs. Robert (Eleanor) Randle and her daughter, Penelope, photographed at the home of her parents, where they were living while Captain Randle was stationed...
Description: The Mississippi River waterfront in La Crosse.
Description: A few pieces of "Ike" jewelry were modeled by Mrs. Russell Buck, Jr., of Fox Point. She worked at the headquarters of the Wisconsin Citizens for Eisenhower...
Description: A man stands on a platform attached to an International tractor while taking photographs of a hay baler in a field at Hickory Hill. The farm was located 75...
Description: The ruins of the fan house and escape shaft after a mining disaster at Cherry mine.
Description: Factory workers machine tractor engine blocks at International Harvester's Milwaukee Works. The factory was owned by the Milwaukee Harvester Company before...
Description: Photomontage of a giant fish resting on a single flatbed railroad car, next to a lake. Black text above the image field reads, "A Carload of Fish."
Date: 1913 ca.
Description: Two men use a sprayer to apply pesticide to a field of corn.
Description: Young Caucasian boys dressed like Native Americans as part of their YMCA "Indian Guides" program. They are being directed by the "All Nations Chief" Henry...
Description: A man loads what appear to be stalks of harvested wheat onto a #10-C hammer mill operated by a P-30 power unit. The entire outfit was mounted on a tractor-...
Description: A hand-colored, sectional map of Wisconsin showing the township grid, railroads, counties, towns, cities, villages, and the Menomonee, Oneida, Flambeau, an...
Date: 1907 ca.
Description: Two men stand outdoors beside a 10-horsepower tractor, possibly built by the Ohio Manufacturing Company.
Description: The Executive Residence in Maple Bluff. The fence, erected in 1872, originally surrounded the Capitol.
Date: 1905 ca.
Description: Club building exterior. Club has three levels, with a five story tower. Originally a home turned into a club, the building has many windows, a few balconie...
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